NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discussed the State of NASA and its 2017 budget request today (Feb. 9) during a televised press conference and you can watch it live here at 1:30 p.m. ET. UPDATE: White House Proposes $19 Billion for NASA Budget  / 2017 Budget Request at a Glance

At 5 p.m. ET today, NASA Chief Financial Officer David Radzanowski will brief media on the agency’s 2017 budget proposal during a teleconference. While the briefing will not be webcast live, NASA will stream the audio of the teleconference and its associated slides and presentations on its News Audio channel. You can see that presentation in the window below here:

The NASA budget and supporting information will be available online Tuesday afternoon, at:

NASA Satellite TV Information:

NASA TV is available in cbe a ontinental North America, Alaska and Hawaii on AMC-18C. A Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) compliant Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) is needed for reception. Below are parameters for each channel:

Uplink provider = AMC 18 C

Transponder = 3C

105 degrees W


Downlink Frequency: 3760 MHz

Downlink Polarity: Vertical

Transmission Format = DVB-S, 4:2:0

FEC = ¾

Data Rate = 38.80 Mbps

Symbol Rate = 28.0681

Modulation: QPSK/DVB-S

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